Ogden Adventure Center!
If you can climb a ladder, you can climb the Via Ferrata! You're always attached to the safety cable. No ropes or knots required.
Via Ferrata (Italian for "iron road") is a mountain-climbing method that lets less experienced climbers enjoy views and adrenaline rushes usually reserved for elite climbers. Conceived during World War I, via ferrata allowed Italian soldiers from the flatlands to move quickly through the mountains as they fought the Austrians for higher ground. Today there are over 500 via ferrata climbing routes in Europe, enjoyed by locals and tourists alike, ages 8 to 80. The "iron road" is now available in Utah with the Via Ferrata.
Call 801-550-1761 now to book your adventure!
All climbs are guided, no climbing experience necessary, equipment provided. Comfortable hiking clothes and light hiking boots or trail running shoes should be worn. Most guests also bring a light daypack with water, a windbreaker, lunch, and a small camera.
Small Groups (2 – 5 people) - $100/person
Medium Groups (6 – 9 people) - $90/person
Large Groups (10+ people) - $85/person
Non-profit groups (10+ people) - Call for pricing
Your guide will meet you at 29th Street and Buchanan Avenue. The whole adventure usually takes about 4 to 6 hours.